Dunes – design Charlotte von der Lancken

Dunes rug collection is naturally colour shifting. Depending on your viewpoint, a lighter or darker colour will appear.  dunes is an exercise in angular cutting and fine-tuned colours, signed Charlotte von der Lancken, a designer with a preference for creating objects with an unexpected poetic twist. Together with Kateha, a producer with a unique history, she has developped a range of hand tufted wool rugs, cut by hand to form relief structures in either stright or soft wavy lines.
The Dunes collections groups two rugs:
Here the image shows both Dunes straight (with straight lines) and Dunes wave (with soft wavy lines).

Pond woven semi-pile – design Charlotte von der Lancken

Pond is a tactile collection of handwoven rugs with a variation of heights and structures. The pattern is an abstaction of a fish shoal, tightly organized and coordinated in precise arrangements. Fast moving shoals usually form a wedge shape while shoals that are travelling calmly can form squares. This has been interpreted is a collection of rugs made in pure New Zeeland wool i varying colours. Stockholm based designer Charlotte von der Lancken has worked in close collaboration with Kateha and their weavers to develop a new combination of weaving techniques in order to achieve the diamond shaped rug, the different heights with ahndwoven pile and the outlines though soumak weaving.
The Pond family groups two rugs:
Here shows the Pond woven semi-pile, in diamond shape – a handwoven rug with woven pile inserts.

Pond soumak – design Charlotte von der Lancken

Pond is a tactile collection of handwoven rugs with a variation of heights and structures. The pattern is an abstaction of a fish shoal, tightly organized and coordinated in precise arrangements. Fast moving shoals usually form a wedge shape while shoals that are travelling calmly can form squares. This has been interpreted is a collection of rugs made in pure New Zeeland wool i varying colours. Stockholm based designer Charlotte von der Lancken has worked in close collaboration with Kateha and their weavers to develop a new combination of weaving techniques in order to achieve the diamond shaped rug, the different heights with ahndwoven pile and the outlines though soumak weaving.
The Pond family groups two rugs:
Here shows the Pond soumak – a handwoven rug with soumak weaving.

Silhouette figure – design Anna Kraitz

“My rugs are translated from simple watercolour sketches. Unconsiously, I return to a theme I have worked with in periods. for me working with Silhouette is just the beginning of a long and exciting journey. I have worked with textiles and fabrics in different contaxts, but never as concrete as in these rugs. rugs are sensuous. the affect the mood of a room. The affect sound, light and colour. We walk on them. sometimes with bare feet.”
The Silhouette family groups two rugs:
Here shows the Silhouette figure – a hand tufted velour rug, in the shape of its pattern.

Silhouette woven pile – design Anna Kraitz

“My rugs are translated from simple watercolour sketches. Unconsiously, I return to a theme I have worked with in periods. for me working with Silhouette is just the beginning of a long and exciting journey. I have worked with textiles and fabrics in different contaxts, but never as concrete as in these rugs. rugs are sensuous. the affect the mood of a room. The affect sound, light and colour. We walk on them. sometimes with bare feet.”
The Silhouette family groups two rugs:
Here shows the Silhouette “flossa” – a handwoven pile rug in “flossa” technique, which ends in braded fringes.

Zorbas – design Hans Hosak

A relaunch of this rug that Hans Hosak designed already in 1970. It is up-to-date as ever, a sustainably handwoven pile rug, with 60 mm high pile, in twisted wool from New Zeeland.
The Zorbas rug was on display at the Stockholm Furniture Fair Anniversary exhibition, curated by renown journalist and writer Dan Gordan, as a represenatation of good the design from the 1970s,

Woolly – design Katrín Ólína

“My new rug for Kateha explores natural, rough wool yarn with traditional weave. By working additional threads into the weave, the design takes on a character of its own, creating a wool landscape for your floor.”
Wooly is handwoven from hand spun yarn which gives organic mixed shades to the rug, and where the white yarn is undyed and naturally shifting in colour.

Brick – design Sara Szyber

Horizontal walls, soft and in several colours, are created by this rug of woven bricks. Bricks of wool naturally, on a warp of steady linen. A pattern you find in the architecture of built walls and walkways. Brick has pure harmony in its rhythm, contributing to a beautiful room structure. The Brick rug is suitable for use in public interiors as well as in private homes.

Edda, Enna and Essa – design Barbara Hosak

Handwoven rugs in Sabudana-technique, where the weaving structure of each rug creates its  own design. These rugs are presented in graphical black/white, in soft grey as well as in green. Skilfully crafted in New Zeeland wool on a linen warp. Edda, Enna and Essa are all suitable for use in public interiors as well as in private homes.

Herringbone Weave – design Katrín Ólína

The Herringbone pattern is an arrangement of blocks used since antiquity, in floor tilings and road pavements as well as in textiles of all sorts. This flat, handwoven rug in pure wool on a linen warp is functional and offers a striking character to the room. It is suitable for use in public interiors as well as in private homes.